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What is the best way to pass the time waiting for the wheat to dry?
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Marcy AycockPosted at 12:04h, 29 July
laundry was what I always had to do while waiting!!!
John BeardmorePosted at 13:22h, 29 July
Take a nap!
Paul E. TomlinsonPosted at 13:42h, 29 July
work on equipment
Jack TyrrellPosted at 14:11h, 29 July
Play a game of touch football. Combine drivers vs truckies.
Jason DoughertyPosted at 14:30h, 29 July
Get some rest!
JudyPosted at 16:32h, 29 July
Allen WaltersPosted at 20:19h, 29 July
make sure machinery is ready to go when ready, then play some cards
Robert HansenPosted at 20:20h, 29 July
rest up the work is coming
Jan L. SeverancePosted at 21:09h, 29 July
Make repairs and visit with other farmers at the Elevators.
Rod LuftPosted at 22:47h, 29 July
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Rod LuftPosted at 20:42h, 31 July
Thank you, spent about 10 years on the Harvest run with Wrights Trucking and Harvesting, great years. I had meant to say (Party time) when waiting for the wheat to dry.
cdsjerryPosted at 08:03h, 30 July
Make sure everything is fixed and serviced and ready to go. And then find something to do that will keep you from checking the wheat every few hours to see if it’s ready yet.
When I was on cutting crew we’d do laundry, go to the grocery (in the grain truck of course), or visit the ice cream booth in town and flirt with the girls. That takes your mind off the wheat for sure! Not only that, but I got to meet some really neat people.
HuskerShawnPosted at 08:20h, 30 July
Fix broken stuff, sleep, eat and if it is still wet. . . go to town and celebrate the rain with the locals!
Rain (without wind and hail) is usually always welcomed by farming communities!
TrishPosted at 14:25h, 30 July
Catching up on the things you neglected while combining.
magne kåre tuhus,norwayPosted at 14:46h, 30 July
Drink cofee with other farmers at the elevators pause-room.
Mary Jo ManethPosted at 17:33h, 30 July
work on Christmas crafts you know Christmas in July
Robert HansenPosted at 20:00h, 30 July
Ron DehliPosted at 21:01h, 30 July
Wash and wax trucks and combines, of course!
Brian NielsenPosted at 21:08h, 30 July
If we’re out in the field a good game if washers works well
paul reevePosted at 07:46h, 31 July
stomp up and down the field near the combines,looking worried,while casting nervous glances at the sky.at the same time chew your nails to stumps and threaten to pack it all in and get a job in an office with normal people !!!
Jeff CrumPosted at 12:10h, 31 July
Well it was always repair the broke stuff, service the stuff before it breaks, sleep, eat and swap lies at the diner….